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coastie856 Posted - Nov 13 2017 : 20:52:05
I have a 1985 3227 and the center part of the flying bridge plexiglass is missing. it is the part that has a bend in the center. Don't know if the PO took it off for visibility or what. The original is smoked but I don't care if it is clear. Anyone know where I could find a replacement? I was thinking of getting some 1/4 inch plexiglass and and bending it in the middle with a heat gun on low.
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jtybt15 Posted - Jan 26 2018 : 15:09:25
Try Tap Plastic
eric_b Posted - Jan 25 2018 : 15:55:02
That should work. The plexiglass (Lexan) windscreen on my 86' 3227 was still in good shape when I sold her, so I did not have to do that. I think the curve would be a complex cure as it is more pronounced at the top edge, than the lower edge.

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